No effect of adaptive servo-ventilation (ASV) device used on outcomes in SERVE-HF

H. Woehrle (Ulm, Germany), M. Cowie (London, United Kingdom), K. Wegscheider (Hamburg, Germany), E. Vettorazzi (Hamburg, Germany), C. Angermann (Würzburg, Germany), M. D'Ortho (Paris, France), E. Erdmann (Cologne, Germany), P. Levy (Grenoble, France), A. Simonds (London, United Kingdom), V. Somers (Rochester, United States of America), F. Zannad (Nancy, France), H. Teschler (Essen, Germany)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Current perspectives in obstructive sleep apnoea therapeutic plans and their effects
Session: Current perspectives in obstructive sleep apnoea therapeutic plans and their effects
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 5177
Disease area: Sleep and breathing disorders

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H. Woehrle (Ulm, Germany), M. Cowie (London, United Kingdom), K. Wegscheider (Hamburg, Germany), E. Vettorazzi (Hamburg, Germany), C. Angermann (Würzburg, Germany), M. D'Ortho (Paris, France), E. Erdmann (Cologne, Germany), P. Levy (Grenoble, France), A. Simonds (London, United Kingdom), V. Somers (Rochester, United States of America), F. Zannad (Nancy, France), H. Teschler (Essen, Germany). No effect of adaptive servo-ventilation (ASV) device used on outcomes in SERVE-HF. 5177

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